U.S. Attorney’s Office
The federal government is the state of Colorado’s largest employer with approximately 40,000 people on the payroll. In Colorado the effect of a partial government shutdown would be felt by different people in different ways.
A Colorado man faces federal child sex charges following an sting operation in which a law enforcement agent says the man agreed to pay $200 to have sex with and photograph a 12-year-old girl.
Colorado voters overwhelmingly approved the legalization of marijuana and now state lawmakers are tasked with implementing a regulatory framework for what is still considered an illegal drug.
A plea deal has been reached for a former New Frontier Bank loan officer who is facing federal fraud charges.
An unruly passenger on a JetBlue plane was taken into custody at Denver International Airport on Sunday and now will face federal charges.
Outraged parents are demanding answers from a Denver preschool. They want to know what the school knew about teacher David Moe who’s accused of having child pornography.
A mother claims Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms agents terrorized her and her 8-year-old child. She claims the person they were seeking no longer lived there.
Firefighters in northern Colorado are nearing full containment of a blaze that has scorched about 12 square miles.
A wildfire that has scorched about 12 square miles in northern Colorado is expected to be fully contained in the next few days.
U.S. Attorney John Walsh says a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer justifiably fired a deadly shot at a hatchet-wielding suspect who was a member of the Ute Mountain Ute American Indian tribe.